legal education, law, governance, relationships, insight, justice, society, DADs, separated, divorced, fathers
Legal education is not just about attaining an abstract knowledge of formal institutions, norms, and processes; it is also about developing insight into oneself and ones relationships. Therefore, understanding and developing the personal and social conditions that make governance through law possible are crucial elements of legal education. This article highlights legal education's potential role in fostering every person's sense of implication in-and responsibility forbuilding a just society In order to illustrate this concept, this article looks at the ways in which DADs, a support group for separated and divorced fathers, constitutes a site of legal education.
Thomas McMorrow, "Not Ideas of the Thing but the Thing Itself: Imagining a Support Group for Separated and Divorced Fathers as a Site of Legal Education" (2016) 39:1 Dal LJ 327.